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New On DVD/VOD: 'Call Me Kuchu,' 'My Brother The Devil,' 'Savannah'

Photo of Tambay A. Obenson By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act September 24, 2013 at 12:29PM

Cinedigm Entertainment Group has released, on DVD and VOD, Call Me Kuchu - the powerful and moving film that documents the daily lives of David Kato – the first openly gay Ugandan man - and three fellow “kuchus” (LGBT Ugandans), culminating in a brutal and senseless murder that sent shock waves throughout the world.
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Call Me Kuchu

Cinedigm Entertainment Group has released, on DVD and VOD, Call Me Kuchu - the powerful and moving film that documents the daily lives of David Kato – the first openly gay Ugandan man - and three fellow “kuchus” (LGBT Ugandans), culminating in a brutal and senseless murder that sent shock waves throughout the world. 

Over the course of two years, filmmakers Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall documented the daily lives of the outspoken and inspiring Kato and his fellow “kuchus” as Uganda was emerging as a frontier in the battle for African LGBT rights.

An alum of Film Independent’s Artist Development Program, Call Me Kuchu earned stellar reviews on the festival circuit, including winning both the Teddy Award (Best Documentary) and the Cinema Fairbindet Prize at the 2012 Berlin Film Festival, the Amnesty International’s Human Rights Award at the Durban Film Festival, and Best International Feature at Hot Docs 2012.

Our own Nijla Mumin who saw the film for S&A last year, called it: “A memorable, important work that will hopefully serve as required viewing for continued conversation around human rights issues.” 

Trailer below:

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